Lincoln learns how to program, and makes a game about his family.
Lincoln wants to be popular at school. So he buys a new videogame. But that don't lasted because all had played that game before. So he goes to GameStop, and instead of asking for a new game, he asks how to program one. The person encharged to assist the store gives him a disc that has the program needed to make a game. When he arrives home, he doesn't have ideas for a game. Until he sees his sisters doing their usual antics. That gived Lincoln the idea to make a game about his sisters and him. He is portrayed as a single boy that needs to pass each level to get to determinated thing, but his sisters act like enemies and obstaculize him to reach that thing. Yes, it's a good game. The next monday, Lincoln takes the game to the school, and quickly becomes the most popular kid in class. So popular that even the japanese kid pays attention. He is so amazed by Lincoln's game that he offers Lincoln to get PPPC: Professional Private Programming Classes, under the hand of his dad that works in SEGA. After the school, Lincoln runs home to pack some things. Only to be surprised at the door by his sisters, that are not so happy by the game, as he codes her like enemies to reach things that he want. Lincoln escaped to his room, and nailed some caoba to the door. Inside, Lincoln reflexes about going to Japan to get PPPC, or try to apologize with his sisters by creating a new game. Obviously, he chooses the second, and gets out his laptop, and starts to code. When he's about to leave, the sisters ask what game did now (because Lola told them that he was programming another game). He shows the game to them. These are proud of Lincoln's maturity. The new game is this: 9 of the sisters get kidnapped by 9 people, all except Leni, that along with Lincoln will go to rescue the siblings. One player controls Lincoln, and the other controls Leni, in a cooperative mode. All is resolved now, and Lincoln puts the old game disc to the trash, and breaks the PPPC offer paper. The next day, Lincoln told the japanese kid that he denies the offer.